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Genesis 1:5
“And God called the light Day, and the darkness he called Night. And the evening and the morning were the first day.”
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Don’t Have a Cow, Man!

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We recently came across this unretouched photo of an unusual cow and wanted to bring it to your attention ... as well as a question for any evolutionists who might be reading this. (Okay, so we're joking about it being unretouched!)

Our question for evolutionists is this: Wouldn't you agree that this cow was designed by an artist with Photoshop? If so, why won't you agree that the actual cow - which is so much more complex than its coloring - was designed as well?

To be consistent as an evolutionist, you have to agree that this photo might indeed show an actual cow that has not been retouched by a designer. But you won't do that, will you? There's just something about a picture like this that screams PHOTOSHOP!

So yes, you'll agree that the pattern of the cow's spots was designed, but you won't agree that the cow itself was designed. Why not? Because you are committed to your faith built on the premise that there is no Designer. And that leaves you with only one conclusion: that the complexities we see all around us are nothing more than the result of natural processes.

And that's why Darwinists have a cow whenever they hear a creationist say that things that appear to be designed actually ARE designed. Here at Creation Moments, we'll continue to assert that Design requires a Designer. And that's why we believe that the arrangement of the cow's spots as well as the cow itself were designed!

Those are our thoughts. What are yours?

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